We split the rest of our time in Bali relaxing on a beautiful island and lazing around the pool of our luxurious hotel.
After a rather eventful plane journey, we settled into the laid back culture of Ubud and went on a couple of hikes to take in the surrounding countryside.
During our short time in the capital we came face to face with the harsh and shocking reality of the Cambodia genocide.
We spend a hectic three days exploring the sprawling ruins of Angkor and treated ourselves to a performance at the local Phare Circus.
One of the best things we did in Laos was donating some of our time to speaking English with enthusiastic children with Big Brother Mouse – closely followed by a dip in a chilly waterfall.
After a rather long winded and eventful minibus ride from Vang Vieng, we set out and explored the temples and markets of Luang Prabang on foot.
We kept ourselves busy in Vang Vieng visiting caves, lagoons and even taking a spontaneous hot air balloon ride at sunrise.
We really enjoyed our time in the sleepy capital of Laos, exploring the weird and wonderful Buddha Park and a humbling experience at the COPE visitor centre.
We climbed the 272 colourful steps that lead up to the enormous Batu Caves and soaked up some history in the beautiful Islamic Arts Museum.
Travelling long term can have its up and downs like everything in life. We had a pretty rough time in Langkawi, but came out more excited about travel than ever.